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Contents March/April 2017

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Makers & making

10 -14 Daring sculptures Katherine Caddy visits ceramic artist Rebecca Appleby’s Leeds studio to explore the industrial inspirations behind her abstract sculpture

Katherine Caddy visits ceramic artist Rebecca Appleby’s Leeds studio to explore the industrial inspirations behind her abstract sculpture

20-23 50 million years in the making Members of the Associated Clay Workers Union have led a project to create new ceramic works using clay unearthed during London Bridge station’s redevelopment

Members of the Associated Clay Workers Union have led a project to create new ceramic works using clay unearthed during London

24-28 Modern master Ceramic artist Eddie Curtis explains the evolution of his personal style, inspired by Blast Beach in his native County Durham

Our new ‘Figure in the Landscape’ series continues with curator and

32-35 An eye for a vessel Our new ‘Figure in the Landscape’ series continues with curator and manager of the Craft Potters Association gallery, Marta Donaghey 38-41 The artist, his wife and her pottery Sue Herdman explores the little-known story of Mary Watts, the woman behind the Arts & Crafts pottery at The Watts Gallery

42-46 Memories and material Frances McDonald uncovers the influence of art and architecture behind Isobel Egan’s intricate ceramic sculptures

48-51 Celebrating a century in the studio A forthcoming exhibition at Tate St Ives looks at the changing shape of the ceramics studio over the last one hundred years

A forthcoming exhibition at Tate St Ives looks at the changing shape

54-58 Ten newcomers Ahead of Ceramic Art London, we spotlight ten makers at varying stages of their careers who are all exhibiting at CAL for the first time for the first time

61-64 A moment in time Alex McErlain explores ceramic artist Matt Sherratt’s curvaceous sculptures and contemplative making process

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18 A sculpture by Ken Price entitled McLean (2004), featured in the survey show reviewed on pages 18–19

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